2017-08-10 / Obituaries

Clark D. Fisher

Clark D. Fisher, 83, Tem­perance, died Aug. 2, 2017, at his home, surrounded by his family.

A service was held Aug. 7 at Michael W. Pawlak Funeral Home, Temper­ance, with Pastor Todd Greenman offici­ating. Interment was in Bedford Memo­rial Gardens, Temperance.

He was born Jan. 25, 1934, in L’Anse to Ralph and Orpha (Scott) Fisher and graduated from Roscommon High School in 1952.

He was honored to have served his country in the United States Army teach­ing tank gunnery at West Point. He grad­uated from Michigan State University in 1961, majoring in criminal law. Follow­ing graduation, he was accepted into the United States Secret Service (U.S.S.S.) and proudly served for 28 years.

During his career with the U.S.S.S, Mr. Fisher was assigned to the Indianap­olis office, the White House, the Intel­ligence Division and the Toledo office. Throughout the summer of 1963, he was assigned to President John F. Kennedy’s detail until Nov. 1, 1963. He assisted with the investigation of President Ken­nedy’s assassination. Following Ken­nedy, he protected all of the presidents through President Reagan, at one point or another.

He and Charlotte Toth were united in marriage April 8, 1961, and they enjoyed 56 wonderful years together, traveling extensively throughout Canada and the United States, including Hawaii and a six-week voyage in Alaska.

Preceding him in death were his twin sons, Bradley and Brian; four brothers; and one sister.

Surviving are his wife, Charlotte; four daughters, Lori (Andrew) Magrum, Linda (Michael) Little, Lisa (Brian) Hoskins and Kelly (Kenneth) Tecmire; 14 grandchildren; five great-grandchil­dren; brother, James Fisher; and best ca­nine buddy, Walker.

The family expressed its apprecia­tion to the physicians, nurses and staff at ProMedica Hickman Cancer Center and ProMedica Hospice for their ex­cellent care and compassion for Mr. Fisher. Memorial contributions may be made to Morocco Church, Temperance, ProMedica Hickman Cancer Center or ProMedica Hospice.

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